Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
De La Rue Plc LSE:DLAR London Ordinary Share GB00B3DGH821 ORD 44 152/175P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.60 0.89% 181.00 228,232 16:35:27
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
181.00 181.20 181.80 180.20 180.20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 397.40 9.90 3.40 53.2 353
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:27 UT 92,094 181.00 GBX

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Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2021-06-14 15:35:27181.0092,094166,690.14UT
2021-06-14 15:29:58181.204581.54AT
2021-06-14 15:29:58181.203359.80AT
2021-06-14 15:29:58181.204276.10AT
2021-06-14 15:29:50181.00453819.93AT
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De La Rue Daily Update: De La Rue Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DLAR. The last closing price for De La Rue was 179.40p.
De La Rue Plc has a 4 week average price of 169.20p and a 12 week average price of 169.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 214p while the 1 year low share price is currently 117.60p.
There are currently 195,024,121 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 980,733 shares. The market capitalisation of De La Rue Plc is £352,993,659.01.
volvo: This is a double share price in 12 months, load up, nothing will stop it, and expect a bid why not, got all the contracts in going flat out, cash will always exist it suits everyone, including governments.
simba_: Yeah, banknotes are definitely not 'a declining market'. Dont confuse your own use of cash with notes in circulation around the world. .All the evidence shows that globally, banknotes in circulation is still trending up and DLAR are in a fantastic position to meet this demand.
coscos: Institutional support will continue here and support the share price going forward. Once small time speculators have sold out, we'll be back up over 200p. Probably before the day is out.
coscos: Solid set of results which are ahead of expectations. Zero risk investment opportunity from here on. Haven't said that for a while with DLAR!
meijiman: Attributable is the same as earnings......both are post tax. Any difference between these two would relate to minorities but don't think DLAR has any. Very good value here. I don't now believe it will be a bid target..but there is no way of knowing about such matters.
cravencottage: Agreed Crystal Amber/ Schroders have a a very good record of investing in " Turnaround situations" And it's no co-incidence Vacher was brought in to execute this. Looking at the share price graph at top of this board if Clive can deliver the share price will gain traction and get back to previous 2012-2013 levels.
zho: >>I don't have a feel for 2021 earnings>> According to the 27/2/21 issue of SCSW, written when the share price was 157p: A mistake made by countless investors is to buy bombed-out companies too early. One share I think has unmistakably turned the corner, however, is banknote printer De La Rue (DLAR; 157p). The year starting 1 April is the first when sales and pretax profit are expected to have recovered to decent levels but the shares have lagged. Numis is forecasting eps of 15.4p for the year starting 1 April with 20.2p the following year to drop the PE to 7.8.
sphere25: No problem discodave45, DLAR isn't the easiest share to trade, it is a more difficult one as it carries a larger liquidity factor and therefore gaps alot, moving up and down through numerous price points in a flash e.g. 206-210p in one fair swoop. Naturally there are alot of experienced folk in the market so the information in the post above is nothing to them, but also alot less experienced, and so many new folk too so some insight there. If there are long term folk who want a go at short term trading too (seen as how topical it is and so many are having a go), it is a little something too. It is all about mapping those key price points and not over complicating it in my humble opinion. Note how the price did bounce back off 200p as well as the actual breakout level from yesterdays move at lunchtime - all psychological and technical levels at play. As you rightly point out the wider market moves can have influence too. A good place to start for newer folk to learn are the smaller caps as they are easier to read, they move less, sit around doing nothing for long periods so it becomes easier to spot anomalous activity with those rather than something like DLAR or a larger cap which is flashing and moving about alot more and mimic an index. It is all about observation and mapping out the trades. Another good recent example of mapping out key price points is a more speculative one in FUM. Noted 40p as a key technical point. When it went through, it just went abit rocket ship. They don't all go to space, but it is just an example of mapping. Also observe how the previous post there mentioned 55p as a key support mark to watch, where the price had originally bounced off a few times. It went through today, but then the price came back intraday to re-test that very price point (yes that VERY price point), where it knocked its head and then fell away a tad into the close. It is very apparent how the market is watching and gathering at these mapped out price points. Not suggesting getting involved with high riskers like FUM, just a very recent example that I can think of where all these key price points come into play. Usually go on about liking to see big buyers come in with the mop and go about mopping (up sellers to allow potential breaks higher) but clearly mapping is very important too. Get your mops and maps out! All the best. All imo DYOR
sphere25: Price currently 203p Discodave45, I had stuck this on the monitor after noting Crystal Amber buying as well as the short term bullish trend since late February. I then marked a breakout point above 203p and a support level under 200p in the event that it went wrong (often I just simplify it with two lines, a support and a resistance, and then if it fails I cut it straight away and take a small loss). Noticed it edging higher toward that breakout point and waited. After lunch, when the bid-offer was 202-203p, watched it closer to see if it would break out. Then shortly after as the time approached 12:30, the order book perked up with stronger demand on the bid as the price went to 203.5p-204.5p. When you watch the book longer you do notice builds in demand. Executed a trade at that point trying to play the breakout and posted the trade write up at 12:32 - tricky to see the trade, execute it and then do the post on ADVFN because sometimes the price moves as you're typing up. The demand for shares did play out as the price spiked shortly after and went over 210p topping out at 213p intraday. Now hindsight is a wonderful thing with the price now at 203p and being down on the trade. Clearly should have scalped for a quick profit, but I thought there would be more to come, because when a price breaks out like this in a proper company share (as oppose to high risk speculative shares that can do pretty much anything), the majority of the time it stays broken out (even if it comes off the highs abit and consolidates for abit) and then there is more of a profit to be had. Naturally other factors like news or a bigger seller lurking waiting for the breakout to happen before selling into the demand to prevent the breakout can come into the equation. There have been numerous examples where the price has broken out and continued higher, BUT IT IS GOOD TO SHOW EXAMPLES WHERE A TRADE DOESN'T WORK. From a purely technical and very short term trading view, the scalpers have won the day here by lobbing over 210p and I'm sure they will look for another opportunity should 200p keep holding. I guess this is a further intricacy for all short term traders - how do we differentiate between scalps and hanging on abit longer for potentially more reward, particularly considering the illiquidity or general lumpy nature of some price moves. Though not the best example, something like DLAR can show some form of importance to this aspect of trading. Even though a rules based approach can work very well, it is still not a one way street and impossible to read every price movement correctly. Anywho, hope this provides some insight for all readers. All imo DYOR
dougmachin: Buys outnumbering sells again, but the old share price drops. This has happened before with DLAR.
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